Moor row traffic calming meeting- 1800hrs Wednesday 22nd August, Moor row working mens club

Moor row traffic calming meeting

1800hrs Wednesday 22nd August

Moor row working men’s club

  Next Wednesday will be a meeting about the Cumbria county council’s traffic calming plans for Moor row.

For quite some time there has been serious concerns about the amount of traffic that passes through Moor row village and a large number of accidents and fatalities on the A595 at the Scagill road entrance.

The meeting will be Chaired by Cumbria county councillor Chris Whiteside who with the help of several County council officers will give details of the plans to alleviate these issues. Also present will be Copeland and town councillors.

Please come a long and find out what will be happening and to pass on your opinions or concerns.

The meeting takes place at 6pm in the Moor row working men’s club on Wednesday August 22nd.

Cumbria in bloom school entries 2018

Cumbria in bloom

school entries

2018

 

On Thursday 12th July Egremont town council chair person Neil Ferguson and Vice chair Sam Pollen attended the Cumbria in bloom school awards.

 The awards were presented by Alan Heath, former Cumbria in bloom chair person and now judge. Attending the meeting were children from Westlakes academy and other pupils from all over west Cumbria.

The school pupils have worked tirelessly for a year pruning, trimming, digging and planting. Learning new and exciting things about gardening and horticulture.

Mr Heath gave details of each school’s entries and presented photos of their hard endeavours. Cllr Ferguson gave brief speech then presented each school with an achievement award.

In September the winners of the annual Cumbria in bloom awards with be announced and presented at the ceremony which this year take place in Ulverston.

Egremont in bloom – the community works together to make the streets shine bright in the summer sun

Egremont in bloom –

the community works together

to make the streets

shine bright in the summer sun

 

Egremont once again is blooming. The main street has had  such a massive make over and is looking bright, colourful and lovely once more.

This is thanks to the hard work of the town council employees – Geraldine Pritchard and Nelson Shepperd. They have worked tirelessly to make Egremont so lovely.

  The planters have never looked so lovely and the flower hanging baskets are glorious. Bookwell junior school pupils have also been making their difference to a special part of the castle.

Calderwood house joined in and have placed flower pots outside their home to. Many of the towns residents and businesses also joined in along also.

 Egremont’s bowling green has never looked so good- it an oasis of colour. They have worked for a year to make it look so fantastic.

Even the fire fighters have joined in. For the first time ever they have a fantastic floral arrangement at the entrance to the fire station.

Please make your way around the town and enjoy the views

Egremont pupils turn out for the great Cumbria litter pick

Egremont pupils
turn out
for the
great Cumbria litter pick

On friday 6th July pupils from Bookwell school & Westlakes academy joined twenty others in the great Cumbria litter pick.
Eight pupils from Bookwell school, lead by teacher Amanda McEwan and six pupils from Westlakes lead by teacher Vicky Blackholl joined members of the public, residents and workers of Calderwood house, Chris Bowes of CO-OP, The lengthsment team and councillors from both Copeland and town councils came together to pick liiter from all over the town.

The volunteers split into three teams and collected over fifty bags of rubbish making Egremont paths and streets looking fantastically clean.

On Monday 9th July Egremont will be being judged as part of the Cumbria in Bloom awards.
Egremont town council has had the hanging baskets and planters moved and filled with lovely floral arrangements, grass and hedges have been cut and Calderwood house teams worked tirelessly to rid streets of any weeds. Last year Egremont received a bronze award, hopefully this year we can improve and go for the gold. The cemetery received three awards.


Many thanks must go out to all the pupils and teachers who took part in the litter pick  and to Calderwood house and CO-OP for their fantastic help and to all the members of the public who have instilled so much pride into our amazing town.